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Kurd Bag Face, W. Persia, 19th C., 2’ x 2’

A distinctively “Kurd” weaving, the palette and design type, making use of an elem, is a distinctive style practiced by at least one  ...
Kurd Bag Face, w. Persia, 19th c., 2’ x 2’

A distinctively “Kurd” weaving, the palette and design type, making use of an elem, is a distinctive style practiced by at least one of the identified Kurdish groups weaving rugs.

The design seen here is well executed with ample space given to all three border systems. Given that allotment of space, it is difficult to determine which might be called the “primary” border. The field design is delicately rendered, with carefully placed details of design, an exceptional distribution of such delicate patterns within the confines of only a bag face, ie. there is not an abundance of room here to allow a less skilled weaver to place so many little details.

The palette is saturated with a clear yellow, used as the ground color to the outer most border. All the colors are derived from natural dyes.

For complete images and further information, please refer to the recent website update where this weaving appears: http://www.tcoletribalrugs.com/zrecentacq.html

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